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USMLE Step 1 Mnemonics Mnemonics, acronyms, reminders, and memorizing tips for the USMLE Step 1.


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MusculoSkeletal Skeletal Muscle bands and zones

the commonest question about them is what change and what does not change in contraction and relaxation

A bands Always the same length
H and I bands like the waves in HI up and down

PS "HI" is an abbreviation of the state of Hawaii
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this one is really good
because in the exam it will really take 2-3 minutes to rebuild the mental image of those bands in your mind in order to answer
now with this mnemonics we can answer in 10 seconds
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